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as they are with the healthcare.gov rollout, they know the system is broken and also start being to hear the cost of health care is coming down. there's going to be a difference in terms of how the -- is it going down or going up? that's how americans will perceive it. but they know that these bumps were our fault and we've got to implement it and they'll come to their own conclusion whether this was better or worse than what they had. they can see through the boehner kind of argument that nothing is better than something. >> congressman, everybody believes obama care will be a center piece argument within the 2014 election. sort of a moving target. we don't know what it will signature fi because it's improving in some ways and arguments against it keep changing. if one of your colleagues, if a house dem came to you and said, what should i do here? should i run on obama care or kind of hide and move away from it, what would your advice? >> we own it but we have to be all in on improving it. i have a contrarian view, the american people know the health care debate is over, that we've got to make this work. the r
house has high hopes for the soft relaunch of healthcare.gov and hope to help the president's standing. many say obama care is prized for surviving. others may be so vested in the aca success they won't let the law fail. that's one reason why francis wilkinson says obama is wounded but obama care is unstoppable. nice to have you back at the table. >> good to see you. >> part of what you talk about here is something that was politically unpopular for a lot of progressives but you argue baked into this law and these restriction as and these rules is a complete coordination and integration of health care insurance market. that means there's a lot of money riding on this thing working. >> there is a lot of money riding on it. i think the way to look at this and way i like at it, we had inertia health care for a long time. we had something moving along at the certain pace and distance and direction and could not be stopped. obama care was a big, big jolt to that. now we're beginning to have the transition where this massive liner in the middle of the ocean is turning around and beginning to
with the rollout of healthcare.gov and they are afraid of distracting from that. whether they can go and convince 100 some or nearly 200 republican members of the house that it is a good idea and convince the heritage foundation and other conservative pressure groupz to go along with that deal, it's going to be difficult. we'll see whether they succeed. >> one of my favorite parts of covering politics. trying to figure out what will heritage accept and the whole country can wait and see. >> right? >> little heritage christmas present. >> they don't actually get their way. it's a question of how much trouble they have to make before republicans realize -- >> make it their way a lot. >> they got the shutdown they wanted for christmas. >> but didn't get obama care defunded. >> it's a fantasy. >> thanks for keeping it real with us today. >> up next, we have another story developing this afternoon, the 911 tapes from the sandy hook shooting have been released but there's a lot of controversy surrounding that decision. we're going to spin on that as "the cycle" rolls on. turn to rocĀ® retinol correxion
. fresh bounce on the healthcare.gov. they are to young invincibles. chris matthews for a town hall at american university. part of the college tour. the exclusive interview at 7:00 p.m. eastern. that interview is coming a day after the president held a youth summit a
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